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Get an edge in low-light hunting conditions with your hunting rifle with Bushnell® Banner® Dusk & Dawn® Rifle Scopes. These high performance rifle scopes feature Bushnell's Dusk & Dawn Brightness™ (DDB) multicoated lenses for low light clarity and brightness that will add precious minutes to every hunting day. The Banner series scopes also feature a fast-focus eyepiece, 1/4-MOA fingertip audible/resettable windage and elevation adjustments, and 100% waterproof/fogproof performance. Banner 3.5–10x36 mm is calibrated for the .17 HMR. Includes blank dial for other calibers. Matte finish. FOV = Field of view at 100 yards
High performance scopes give you more precious minutes when hunting in low light
Ultra-bright Dusk & Dawn Brightness multicoated lenses
1/4 MOA fingertip adjustable windage and elevation adjustment
I put this 6x18 50mm on my Remington 270 and when sighting it in it took 13 clicks to move one inch. Got it set and really like it, picks up light very well and I don't use glasses hardly any at all. The other hunters on our lease (4 of them) have been using this same scope for years and they all swear by it. Will have to wait and see if it will stay on center, the 13 clicks bothers me some.
November 18, 2010
Earned a spot on my guns
I now have 2 of these scopes. On the 1st one I bought the occular lense came lose while I was in the woods during hunting season on one of my muzzleloaders..........so I was not a happy camper. Bushnell customer service wasnt even very nice or understanding either, but they ended up just replacing my scope and its been rock solid with BPS Z2 alloy rings. The other scope I have was a actually by the sales guy talking me into it, even with the trouble I had with the last one. I put it on my dads restored and sportserized .303 with BPS Z2 alloly rings. What a set up! My dad only paid $69 for the gun so I didnt want to spend to much on a scope. I recently returned from a bear hunt in northern Georgia, and after tracking thru the mountains, beating on the brush, hung up on limbs, falling over after leaning the gun against a tree because "nature called," being slung around after dragging a bear out of the woods........I put that scope thru every test you can think of, including shooting 6 boxes of every brand and grain ammo you can get your hands on for an Enfield, the scope has not budged! Its not a bad looking scope in matte as well. And I will say I thought the dask/dawn lense system was a bunch of grab, but after shooting a BLACK bear with BLACK crosshairs in almost no shooting light........well looking thru the scope made it seem as if it was mid morning and the fog had burned off. If you get a good scope then bang for buck, life time warranty, plenty of eye relief, and a low light system that realy works.....jump on this deal in a hurry!
October 11, 2010
Not so good
Mounted this on a 7mm Remington mag. Made it 20 rounds. Would occasional return to zero. 20th round and went blurry.
April 21, 2010
Bushnell Banner Dusk&Dawn Scope
Good product, easy to use and install. I have other scopes and this Bushnell meets the demands of a hunter and shooter of heavy caliber rifles. I wish it had an illuminated recticle, it would have made a good scope even better.
March 23, 2010
I have 2 of these scopes.........1 on a cva kodiak .45 muzzleloader and the other on an enfield .303 and they say you have 4 inches of eye relief and this has been true in both cases. Especially the enfield because it wasnt made to have a scope on it, but I didnt have any problem at all.
hi, i don't know what scope would be best for me.i will be deer hunting with a Remington sps in .308. because of the terrain where ill be hunting, a +500m shot would be rare. i am interested in buying the Bushnell dusk and dawn scope.i bought a pair of redhead binoculars and i am very impressed.im wondering if redhead do something similar. ideally i don't want to spend over $200 and would prefer a mildot. thanks a million, Brian (in Ireland)
After just owning one of these scopes I would pass if I was you. I am very familiar with the rem 308, I was in the US Army for 8 yrs. I would recomend one of the new Redfields with the accu reticle. I just bought one to see if I could find a good scope under 200 as well. I put it on a tikka 3006 and it is deadly from 100 to 500 yds. It should be awesome on your sps. Hope this helps. I do recomend Bushnell in their Elite series but they get very pricy. Thanks
Almost any quality 3x9 scope will be all you will ever need. The bushnell scope is on the cheap side of good. There are MANY better choices in the $200 an under price range. The Nikon 3x9 Prostaff is far superior and well within your budget at $159.99. The Prostaff also can be had with a bullet drop compensating reticle for ten bucks more.
Hi Brian, My advise would be to spend the money now for a quality scope so you don,t end up like myself with a broken scope in the middle of a season for the second time like I have. The cost of the trip and your time is worth the extra money now or like myself, The cost could be unmeasureable
A 30-30 is a close range gun. You're not going to be shooting 300+ yds. Any scope will do fine, just don't go crazy on magnification. A 2x7 variable would be fine or even a fixed 4 power. If you go with a fixed 4 power you can get a better brand name scope for less money than a variable.
you simply dont need an expensive scope for a 30-30 seeing as they are really not meant for long distance shots, if your looking for superb quality go with a nikon prostaff, its price is 159.99 but if you ask me a $50 3-9x40 bushnell off the rack scope will do just fine for a 30-30 because you really shouldnt be shooting more that 150 yards with that calliber
Depends on your primary hunting spot. The BDC is designed to assist hunters that often take shots at 200, 300, 400 yards, etc. If your favored spot does not present many long-range shooting opportunities, the BDC would not give you any advantage very often. As you said, the Dusk and Dawn coating will always give you a few more minutes of hunting in any hunting location. You will just have to analyze your favorite spot or spots and decide which of these two will serve you better and most often.
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